Foundation focuses on Haitian women diagnosed with breast cancer
“We’re here for every woman who needs help going through cancer. We help Caucasians, Hispanics. You don’t need to be Haitian. If you are a woman and have breast cancer, we are here for you and we become your extended family,” Seide said.
She said many women in the Haitian community don’t get mammograms, and if they do and they are diagnosed with breast cancer, many don’t follow through with treatment. READ MORE
UN envoy reports greater stability and security In Haiti
Haiti has seen a significant turnaround from profound instability, widespread political violence, and a climate of lawlessness that in 2004 impacted the every-day lives of millions of Haitians, the head of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Caribbean islands country told the Security Council on Thursday. READ MORE